Are scooter startups really worth billions?

The dockless carelessness of these electrified scooters hums with an air of privilege

This startup streamlines the pro bono work of lawyers, including those fighting for immigrants at the border

Paladin is enabling legal teams to sign up for pro bono opportunities, while also tracking the impact of their work

Twitter’s efforts to suspend fake accounts have doubled since last year

Bots, your days of tweeting politically divisive nonsense might be numbered.

Early uses of blockchain will barely be visible, says Hyperledger’s Brian Behlendorf

The blockchain revolution is coming, but you might not see it

Daimler can now test self-driving cars on public roads in Beijing

The first international automaker to receive permission

The future of Ethereum looks bright

Ethereum masterminds Vitalik Buterin, Justin Drake, and Karl Floersch speak openly - and often candidly - on how the company plans to scale

Why Microsoft wants to put data centers at the bottom of the ocean

Computers and water famously don’t mix

Buckyballs are back

“Magnets must be respected, but need not be feared”

HTC is gone

A brief history

Netflix is ditching user reviews

Once a mainstay of the service, Netflix user reviews are going away

Coinbase CTO says the company is like a mullet

Balaji Srinivasan outlines the future of Coinbase at TC Sessions: Blockchain

Space X/Boring Company engineers are being sent to help with Thai cave rescue

Space X and the Boring Company are lending a hand to a soccer team trapped in a cave in Thailand

Lyft goes biking, Airbnb is going public (eventually), big money for software robots, and Juul

Jai Das, a managing director at Sapphire Ventures, joins the Equity team to unpack the number behind this week's headlines

Boost VC backs Storyline’s Alexa skill builder

It's looking to integrate with other smart speakers too.

Jina Choi, San Francisco Regional Director of the SEC, is coming to Disrupt to talk ICOs and more

Learn more about ICOs from the SEC's Jina Choi at Disrupt SF!

Parity’s Jutta Steiner says the future of blockchain is many chains working together

Jutta Steiner outline her future vision of Web3 - a decentralized web built on blockchain that empowers users to robustly control their data

Sonos files to raise up to $100M in IPO

Revenue is growing, but the company is still losing money

Crypto visa card company Monaco just spent millions to buy Crypto.com

The highly-prized domain name Crypto.com has been sold!

MIT’s Cheetah ‘bot walks up debris-littered stairs without visual sensors

MIT's Cheetah robot is back with some impressive new tricks

Why startups can’t afford to ignore customer retention

Understanding how much your customers actually use and depend on your product is the best indicator of happiness

VW plans to launch an all-electric car sharing service next year

Volkswagen's car-sharing service will launch in Germany next year and expand to major cities around the world in 2020

Skedaddle has had acquisition talks with Uber and Lyft

Uber and Lyft appear to be pursuing a crowdsourced bus startup

The AI in your non-autonomous car

Your next car will likely have several embedded AI features, even if it doesn’t drive itself

Joseph Lubin, Amanda Gutterman and Sam Cassatt from Consensys to speak at Disrupt SF

Joseph Lubin, Amanda Gutterman and Sam Cassatt are coming to Disrupt SF!!

Tesla adds autonomous parking mode to Model 3

The Model 3 can now park itself.

Fever gets $20M to delight more hipsters with A/B tested Madhatter’s G&T parties

With A/B-tested events like these, the world’s hipsters have probably never had it so good

Gear for making outdoor fitness more enjoyable

Having the right gear to help with keeping track of progress makes a big difference

One of Facebook’s most senior engineers just became Director of Engineering, Blockchain

Looks like Facebook is getting more serious about blockchain

California’s new online cancellation law benefits many disgruntled subscribers in other places, too

Californians will no longer be forced to call a customer service phone number to stop a subscription service

Buttermilk offers mom's home-cooked meals

Just add water...

Here are the 16 best computer bags TechCrunch reviewed in Bag Week 2018

Here's a round-up of 16 amazing computer bags, camera cases, and commuter backpacks.

Next iPhone could be available in grey, white, blue, red and orange

Get ready for the iPhone to be available in a rainbow of colors.

How to understand the financial levers in your business

How can an electric scooter ride-sharing company like Bird possibly make money?

AI spots legal problems with tech T&Cs in GDPR research project

Privacy policies get parsed by AI

The hottest new space to disrupt is immigration

It’s time to disrupt a process that so many of us have relied on to get where we are today: immigration

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